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No proof of bribery in Monte Paschi Antonveneta deal: prosecutor

SIENA (Reuters) - Italian prosecutors investigating Monte dei Paschi's costly acquisition of a smaller rival in 2007 have found no evidence that bribery was involved, they said on Wednesday.Full story

Monte Paschi says no contact yet with potential investors

MILAN (Reuters) - Monte dei Paschi <BMPS.MI> has had no contacts with potential new investors yet, its chief executive said on Tuesday as Italy's third-biggest lender moves to change ownership rules to lure new shareholders. Full story

Monte Paschi CEO says no idea of new investors in bank

MILAN (Reuters) - There is no idea about possible new investors for Italy's Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena <BMPS.MI> at the moment, the lender's chief executive Fabrizio Viola said on Tuesday. Full story

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